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Week 3 and the demand tracker goes on
Friday 19 July 2002 16:03:00 by Andrew Ferguson

Here we are at the end of week three of the trackers life span - how long it will live for is something that perhaps bookies should take bets on.

The tracker has seen a reasonable amount of life this week, with a couple of exchanges at the 10% mark, and oddly two exchanges that have no trigger showing the highest demand levels.

Exchange Name Registrations Trigger
WNSEA SEALAND RCC 56 Not set
CMHILL HILLSIDE 45 Not set
SDNWHVN NEWHAVEN 38 350
WWSIDM SIDMOUTH 34 400
MRMDW MIDDLEWICH 27 350
SWEBY EBBW VALE 24 250
THGO GORING 23 Not set
SLBLR BOLSOVER 16 400
MRNEW NEW MILLS 16 400
EAKSG KESGRAVE 16 350

This is just the top 10 exchanges that we are aware of, if your exchange beats any of these then let us know at andrew@thinkbroadband.com.

Lets hope that once the larger ISPs like AOL, BT Openworld and Freeserve who have national advertising campaigns acknowledge the checker exists and start to collect data for BT Wholesale then numbers may move upwards at a more hope inducing rate.

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